Index

Usman Khan (KU Leuven, Belgium)
Federico Lega (University of Milan, Italy)

Health Management 2.0

ISBN: 978-1-80043-345-8, eISBN: 978-1-80043-342-7

Publication date: 28 June 2021

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Khan, U. and Lega, F. (2021), "Index", Health Management 2.0 (European Health Management in Transition), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 179-182. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-80043-342-720211014

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Copyright © 2021 Usman Khan and Federico Lega. Published under an exclusive licence by Emerald Publishing Limited


INDEX

Advocacy
, 33, 102–103, 107–108

Benchmarking
, 70, 139

Bureaucracy
, 51–52, 107–108, 115, 125–126

Business modelling
, 61, 108, 110, 145–146

clinical directorates (CDs)
, 74–75

Chronic conditions
, 60–61

Clinicians
, 10–11, 13–14, 125

accountability
, 52

decision-making
, 52

finance doctors
, 52–53

public health organisations (PHOs)
, 127

Competences

contextualisation
, 80–81

core
, 86

leadership qualities
, 121–122

motivation
, 80–81

skills and
, 11, 42–43

Competition
, 59, 133

Contingency theory
, 116, 118–119

Coopetition
, 63–69

Coronavirus
, 3, 36

Corporatization
, 69–70

clinical directorates (CDs)
, 70–71

Johns Hopkins Model
, 71

COVID 19
, 36, 43, 101, 154–155

Digital health
, 9, 34–35

European healthcare
, 90

information and communication technologies
, 90

Digital transformation
, 9, 34–35, 155–156

Disability Adjusted Life Years (DALYs)
, 29, 31–32

Europe

health systems
, 2

Horizon Europe
, 94

non-communicable disease (NCD)
, 1

post-war health system
, 15–18

responses and translation
, 60–63

Western and Eastern
, 3

European Commission
, 1, 29, 95

Finance

gross domestic product (GDP)
, 8

healthcare
, 8

public
, 25

Financial
, 134

crash of 2008
, 10

micromanagement
, 53

resources
, 17–18

viability
, 52–53

Globalisation
, 3, 39, 95

Health administration
, 10–11, 13–14, 84, 86

Health management
, 13–14

1.0
, 9–10

2.0
, 6, 86, 90, 149, 152

business modelling
, 108–110

digital health
, 90–92

evolution
, 40–43

health administration
, 84–86

health teams
, 96–100

health workforce
, 95–96

leadership
, 123–130

partnerships
, 100–102

patient involvement
, 102–104

pluralism
, 105–107

post-war period
, 18

strategic positioning
, 107–108

Health policy

European health systems
, 2

makers
, 18, 101, 149–150

management and
, 3

practice and
, 8–9

transition
, 37–40

Health related quality of life
, 2–3, 58, 90

Health systems
, 2

2.0
, 10, 148–149

changes
, 7–10

evolution
, 19–27

healthcare innovation
, 34–37

health management
, 40–43

health need
, 28–32

health policy
, 37–40

organisations and
, 49

policy and management
, 4–5

post-war European
, 15–18

under pressure
, 28

Hybridisation
, 74–77

Improvement
, 3

health and well-being
, 9–10

innovation and
, 39–40

managing
, 93–95

return on investment (ROI)
, 19–20

service
, 149–150

volume-based quality
, 64

Interdisciplinary working
, 87–88, 103, 150–151

Iron Triangle
, 19–20

Jobs
, 95

feedback
, 117–118

roles and expectations
, 63

task significance
, 117

Kings Fund
, 35, 92

Leadership

brain-intensive and public organisations
, 120–123

clinical directorates (CDs)
, 76

clinical heads
, 132–139

Health Management 2.0
, 123–130

health organisation
, 114–116

management practice
, 80–81

medical
, 18

self-serving
, 52–53

Leagers
, 151–152

leaders to
, 132–139

search of
, 77–82

Managerialization
, 49, 54, 127

Mental health
, 23, 30–31, 66, 87–88

New normality
, 10–11, 57, 60, 110, 144

New public management (NPM)
, 23, 69–70, 84, 113–114

Non-communicable disease (NCD)
, 1, 15–16, 29

Organisation
, 5

brain-intensive and public
, 120–123

health
, 50, 52–53, 114, 116

hospital
, 80

level
, 62–63

management
, 88–90

reconfigurations
, 10–11

Paradigm change
, 6–7, 45–46, 86–87, 146

Partnership
, 100–102

Paternalism
, 32, 103

Patient
, 11, 32, 34

activities
, 103

epidemiology
, 57

hospitals claim
, 59–60

medical doctors
, 17–18

Patient empowerment
, 33–34, 39, 155–156

Patient experience
, 61–62

Patient involvement
, 102–104

Patient related experience measures (PREMS)
, 54

Patient related outcome measures (PROMS)
, 54

Personalisation
, 33, 37, 152–153

Pluralism
, 105, 107, 123

Population health
, 7–8, 28–29, 59

Privatisation
, 24–25

Proto managerialism
, 49–54

Public administration
, 84

Quality adjusted life years
, 105

Questions
, 9

clinical heads (CHs)
, 133

Health System 1.0
, 15

Health System 2.0
, 148

leadership
, 57

Risk
, 1

appetite assessment
, 88–90

Health System 1.0
, 17

management
, 88–90

stratification
, 88–90

turf wars
, 57–58

Skills mix
, 95–96

Strategic positioning
, 80, 107–108, 145–146

Sustainability
, 96

definition
, 3

gross domestic product (GDP)
, 27

health system
, 2, 149

System revisions
, 21

Telemedicine
, 90

Transformational change
, 88, 90, 100

Transformational leadership
, 88, 90, 116, 120

Utilisation
, 23, 81, 91–92

Variation
, 63

clinical directorates (CDs)
, 74

health outcomes
, 3

health system development
, 3

system failure and unwarranted
, 85–86

Web 1.0
, 6, 14–15

Web 2.0
, 6, 14–15

Workforce
, 16, 80–81, 95–96

World Health Organisation (WHO)
, 146–147

Draft Global Strategy on Digital Health
, 34–35

European Region
, 100

health policy
, 37–38

Health System
, 5

obesity
, 29–30